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1992 Honda Accord problem with the left side brake lights NOT working. The light went out, and we replaced it, then on a trip last week it went out again, But this time there is no power on the right brake side (we took a working light from the left side and inserted it into the right side and no go). ANY ideas, of where to look for a bad connection or a lead on a wiring schamatic? THANKS! Richard

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There is a light out sensor on each side of the rear light. they are going bad all the time, you can order it at your local dealer for around 40 bucks. it comes with the light socket assembly

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